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Tsugami VA2-High Speed Vertical Machining Center
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Tsugami VA2

The Tsugami VA2 vertical machining center is built for high accuracy and high speed and is ideal for applications that require small tools and fast cycle times. The VMC’s space saving design features a 3-axis compact base with a long Z-axis stroke. The 14 pocket side mount tool changer and 20 taper integral spindle are both mounted on the Z-axis, allowing you to tool change right above the work piece. Loading and unloading tools can be done from the front of the machine, without the need to load through the spindle. With 30,000 rpm capabilities and a chip-to-chip time of 1.35 seconds this is the perfect solution for your small part production!

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Tsugami S205
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Tsugami S205

The S205 CNC Lathe packs a lot of features and benefits into an economically priced machine tool. Modular tool zones deliver flexibility for live tools. The direct drive bushing delivers power and precision. Simultaneous machining on the main and sub spindle reduce cycle time.

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EMEC OPEN HOUSE – MAY 01 & 02, 2019


Sales & Applications Team – Pre-Show

We would like to thank everyone who attended the two-day open house at EMEC’s Mississauga location. In partnership with our builder product specialists and technology suppliers our customers were able to experience the EMEC difference by having the opportunity to see the machine’s capabilities through live demonstrations conducted by our Applications and Service technicians. Attendees were also given the opportunity to discuss manufacturing challenges they are currently experiencing and with the help of our partners our team was able to provide customized solutions for each attendee.

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Tsugami B0325B-II – Special Package Price

The Tsugami M08SY Turning Center with Y-axis allows you to perform highly complex machining, such as turning, drilling, boring, cross-drilling and CNC milling. The main and subspindle are equipped with integral built-in spindle motors which minimize vibration and provide superior accel/decel for heavy duty cutting and fine finishing. The Y-axis enables off center CNC milling of complex parts, and incorporating the subspindle eliminates the need for secondary operations.

Tsugami B0325B-II CNC Precision Automatic Lathe Key Features:

  • Enhanced 5-axis Swiss Style Lathe at minimal investment cost
  • 27 Tool Positions Standard, Optional 39: Combination of rotary tools, ID holders and turning [...]
March 23rd, 2018|Blog, Tsugami News|

Tsugami M08SY – Special Package Price

The Tsugami M08SY Turning Center with Y-axis allows you to perform highly complex machining, such as turning, drilling, boring, cross-drilling and CNC milling. The main and subspindle are equipped with integral built-in spindle motors which minimize vibration and provide superior accel/decel for heavy duty cutting and fine finishing. The Y-axis enables off center CNC milling of complex parts, and incorporating the subspindle eliminates the need for secondary operations.

Tsugami M08SY Multi-Tasking Lathe Key Features:

  • Turning Center with Y-Axis and Subspindle
  • Built-in spindles minimize vibration and provide superior responsiveness
  • Small Footprint
  • Powerful milling capabilities
  • Live Tooling Capability on all positions
  • Fanuc 0i-TD Control
October 10th, 2017|Blog, Tsugami News|

Tsugami B0205 – Special Package Price

The B0205-III Swiss Type Lathe includes many high end features such as Tsugami’s gang type tool post, rigid cast iron frame and 10,000 rpm main and 12,000 rpm sub spindle speeds. This CNC automatic lathe offers 21 tool positions: 9 OD tools positions and 12 fixed tool positions (optional 2 rotary positions for rear) for flexible 5-axis machining.

Tsugami B0205 Opposed Gang Tool CNC Lathe Key Features:

  • Enhanced 5-axis Swiss Style Lathe at minimum investment cost
  • Increased Back Spindle Capability – Spindle plus 8 fixed and rotary tools for simultaneous machining
  • Rapid Traverse Rate of 32 m/min – shortens [...]
April 18th, 2017|Blog, Tsugami News|